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    No You're the Jackass Cyber Scum - re:methodology
    by wildblue on Friday February 07 2003, @10:36PM (#11119)
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    You could be a bigger dopey ass Jackass piece of Cyber-Scum even than ben, no....... that's not really possible.

    It's not a trade secret what jackass ben is doing. He's illegally crawling servers, or he is working for the ftc and using their ilegaly gained information to promote a ridiculous campaign against one person.

    He's already being sued for illegal activity related to the internet and his dopey ass is going to be sued again.

    It doesn't take a lot to figure out what typos are registered to anyone on the internet...... then you don't have a lot to begin with.

    Just take any popular web site and type in variations of it into whois info anywhere and you'll find thousands of them.

    You will even be surprised to learn that people other than John Zuccarini register domain names.

    But if you were considering it, you should forget about being trained to be involved in the secret world of the internet....... for a sizable portion of such activity, thinking is required.

    It would also be impossible to have any respect for ben what so ever. The only time you could even consider saying anything related to him is when you would say, "well at least he's got some money in the bank," when he hands over that money to John Zuccarini after he is sued by him.

    Also Wow, I bet Harvard University must have a nice little bankroll with all those endowments.

    I could only imagine John Zuccarini can't wait to get a piece of that after he sues them for allowing dopey ass ben to use their servers to publish his copyrighted list of names.

    The DMCA!.....don't you just love it!!...how ironic!!

    Oh Baby! This is going to be a Big Party!!
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    by Seth_Finkelstein on Monday February 10 2003, @02:46PM (#11140)
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    Anonymous wrote:

    There is a large demand for this type of information from large IP law firms going after cyber-scum typosquatters such as Zuccarini.

    Is there? Where? If so, let me know! (Seth Finkelstein [sethf.com] , sethf[at-sign]sethf.com). I sure haven't been contacted by any large IP law firms looking to pay me a fat consulting fee. As a software engineer, and given the burst-bubble, I believe I'm allowed to be outright blunt about money. My understanding is that the large demand went away with dot-crash, and only the established, in-house, experts are getting any business. But I'd be happy to be proven wrong.

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